Creative and interesting things to see and do around the San Francisco Bay Area. Here’s some Stark Insider picks.
Photo recap of the 14th installment of the Live in the Vineyard music festival. Napa was a rockin’.
Performances by Echosmith, Train, Ingrid Michaelson, Mat Kearney, Matt Nathanson, among others make for impressive ‘Live in the Vineyard’ concert. But one band in particular electrified.
Lack of water, it turns out, forces vines (as it does other plants) to become more resourceful. In turn, they produce smaller berries. Resulting wines are concentrated, rich in flavor.
Eric Asimov of the NYT coddles those venturing into wine.
Napa Valley Rocks Weekend: Napa Valley is holding a special earthquake relief weekend featuring concerts, auctions, wine tastings, a marathon, community art project, and more.
Readers of Saveur magazine discover what we already know. Gourmet by the Bay, don’t you know.
Antonio Galloni’s tasting notes for over 40,000 wines are now available to CellarTracker subscribers.
Wine management on the go. Boo hoo. I have no more excuses to keep our wine collection up-to-date.
Sonoma Wine Country Weekend. Like wine country? Farm-to-table? Exploring appellations and learning from winemakers? This annual event is for you.
Three years ago the actor/writer Herbert [...]
Herbert Siguenza as Pablo Picasso.
Three years ago the actor/writer Herbert Siguenza (Culture Clash) had the audacity to write an original play and star as Pablo Picasso, the most influential artist in modern history.
With a skill that will amaze you, the actor draws and paints onstage, in real time during every performance!
Go back to 1957 and spend three days with a genius inside his private studio on the southern coast of France. We promise a weekend you will never forget.
(Friday) 8:00 PM
San Jose Stage Company
490 South First Street San Jose, CA 95113
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